On Saturday, March 13th, Daniel Canna passed away at the age of 50. Dan was a graduate of Pitman High School and Rutgers University. He began his career in web development both on the east coast and in Las Vegas. He owned and operated a successful carpet cleaning company and later worked for Delaware Valley Floral Group.
Dan was an extraordinary musician. Self-taught, he was a masterful guitarist, having composed over 200 songs. His album Hook, released in 2013, was widely acclaimed and is available for download by searching his name and the title. He would love to know that his songs live on.
Dan was charismatic, free-spirited, life-loving, and extremely funny. He was a gifted visual artist, with an example of his favorite fractal art gracing his album cover. He loved the ocean and was an avid wave-runner. He enjoyed long bike rides and spending time at home with his two orange cats.
Dan is survived by his parents, Cheral Canna and James Canna (Dawn), his brother James Canna Jr (Erin), nieces Peyton, Avery, and Teagan Anne (who invented the nickname "Uncle Tiny") and his sister, Lauren.